14 day Plan - thoughts please

c3h3a3r

c3h3a3r
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Jan 12, 2011
Hi :)

I would appreciate any thoughts on my plan below. DH and I 4th trip (1996, 2011, 2016) - this time adults only as the teens didn't want to go 😳

14 nights staying offsite, Nov 2022.
No car - planning on using Hotel shuttle/Uber/Lyft (previously had car rental)

I have recently purchased tickets and will book park days once they arrive.

We have done all the parks before (except Volcano Bay) so decided loosely on the following:

MK 1.5 days
Epcot 1.5days
HS 1.5 days
AK 1 day
BB 1 day
TL 1 day
Universal Studios 1.5 days
Islands of Adventure 1.5 days
Volcano Bay 1 day

Tues: Arrival Day - no plans
Weds: Epcot
Thurs: MK
Fri: AK
Sat: BB
Sun: US
Mon: US/IOA
Tues: IOA
Weds: VB
Thurs: HS
Fri: HS/Epcot
Sat: TL
Sun: MK
Mon: no plans
Tues: Departure day - no plans

No hard plans yet - could do full days/half days - see how things go🤷‍♀️

Any feedback greatly appreciated 😊
 

Skippyboo

DIS Veteran
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Jan 27, 2017
I would not bet that both Disney waterparks would both be open in November. They usually shut one down to do maintenance and stuff in the winter.
 

gismo1554

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 11, 2005
I agree with skippyboo probably only one of the waterparks will be open in November in terms of TL and BB. I would probably move around a bit like below:

Tues - arrive
Weds - EPCOT
Thurs - MK
Fri - BB/TL
Sat - AK
Sun - US
Mon - VB
Tues - US & IOA
Weds - IOA
Thurs - HS
Fri - TL/BB
Sat - HS & EPCOT
Sun - MK
Mon - No plans
Tues - depart

This way you have more of a 2 park relax day type thing but that's me :D
 

Rshaw95

Earning My Ears
Joined
May 17, 2021
I think your plan looks really good! Similar to our plans too.

Random question but do you know whether or not the pass reservation system will still be in place in 2022? If so, at what stage is it possible to start booking them as I’ve heard it’s a bit of a nightmare
 

pgaskew75

Earning My Ears
Joined
May 26, 2020
DateDayParkNotes
16-Oct​
Saturdayarrivalwalmart/HS @ night
17-Oct​
Sundaytyphoonevening in Springs
18-Oct​
Mondaymagic kDay visit
19-Oct​
TuesdayepcotEPCOT evening
20-Oct​
WednesdayrestShopping Outlets/Mini Golf
21-Oct​
Thursdayuniversal1 nt @ Royal Pacific
22-Oct​
FridayislandsEarly Park entry
23-Oct​
SaturdayrestShopping /TL/Old Town @ night
24-Oct​
Sundayvolcanoevening chill
25-Oct​
Mondayhollywood
26-Oct​
Tuesdayanimal
27-Oct​
Wednesdaymagic kmorning rest MK 2-10pm
28-Oct​
Thursdaysea world
29-Oct​
FridayislandsUniversal favourite rides
30-Oct​
Saturdayhome

This is our plan. We like to build in rest days when we have a choice to a number of different things such as Waterpark, Shopping, Mini Golf, I-Drive or just relaxing in our villa.
 

Amandamouse

Mandy Mouse
Joined
Sep 14, 2014
I think your plan looks really good! Similar to our plans too.

Random question but do you know whether or not the pass reservation system will still be in place in 2022? If so, at what stage is it possible to start booking them as I’ve heard it’s a bit of a nightmare
Yes it is, we have just booked for May 2022 through Disney we linked our package straight away on my Disney experience and booked our 14days it was very easy and quick,you can cancel and rebook a different day if your plans change.Hope this helps.
 
  • Ruttangel

    Astrophysicist
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    Jun 21, 2013
    Personally I think Epcot is more of an adult park and would probably go to MK for a morning, take a break and then head to Epcot for food/drinks/fireworks
     

    gismo1554

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 11, 2005
    I think your plan looks really good! Similar to our plans too.

    Random question but do you know whether or not the pass reservation system will still be in place in 2022? If so, at what stage is it possible to start booking them as I’ve heard it’s a bit of a nightmare
    I booked for September 2022 yesterday on the reservation system. In all honesty it was fine (no different to booking a fast pass as its so far out). I don't know what the nightmares have been but its very easy to use the system. I am hoping by 2022 they will remove it but you just don't know so I thought I would book and then if they remove great
     

    c3h3a3r

    c3h3a3r
    Joined
    Jan 12, 2011
    I think your plan looks really good! Similar to our plans too.

    Random question but do you know whether or not the pass reservation system will still be in place in 2022? If so, at what stage is it possible to start booking them as I’ve heard it’s a bit of a nightmare
    I have heard it will be in place until at least the end of 2022. You can book park days as soon as you have a valid ticket. Mine arrived today and I have booked our park days even though we don't go until next November. You can always move them about if needed (depending on availability of course)

    A friend of mine is going in August this year and has managed to book park days last week with no issues.
     

    Rshaw95

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    May 17, 2021
    I have heard it will be in place until at least the end of 2022. You can book park days as soon as you have a valid ticket. Mine arrived today and I have booked our park days even though we don't go until next November. You can always move them about if needed (depending on availability of course)

    A friend of mine is going in August this year and has managed to book park days last week with no issues.
    Thanks for the advice. Just booked our park passes for May 2022 and it was pretty easy so that’s good.

    To anyone that has booked and received the dining $’s... can you see anywhere in you me My Disney Experience app acknowledgement of the vouchers? If so, where can you see it as I can’t seem to find anything on my app
     
  • gismo1554

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 11, 2005
    Nope mine doesn't show the specific but under hotel it says TBB Disney Resort Hotel Package so I assume that this tells them the offer and its like the $250 gift card in that you get it at check-in (or have to pick it up from somewhere)
     


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